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《Environmental Engineering》 2016-11
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EFFECT OF DIFFERENT AMENDMENTS ON AEROBIC COMPOST OF ORGANIC WASTE

YUAN Jin-peng;WANG Jing-ping;ZHOU Shao-qi;YANG Zhi-quan;College of Environmental and Energy,South China University of Technology;State Key Laboratory of Subtropical Building Science,South China University of Technology;Guizhou Academy of Sciences;  
In this paper,fruit and vegetable waste was co-composted with sawdust,corncob,wheat bran,rice husk and matured compost. The changes of temperature,moisture content,organic matter,electrical conductivity( EC),p H value,total nitrogen( TN) and germination index( GI) with time during the composting process were investigated. The results showed that moisture content and organic matter of all treatments gradually decreased with time,and the final EC values were within the limits of the bounds in all treatments. Mixture with matured compost achieved the fastest organic matter loss and the total nitrogen content of final compost increased; mixture with wheat bran achieved the highest temperature, longest hightemperature period and the highest germination index. The results of this study suggest that wheat bran was the optimal amendment for fruit and vegetable waste compost.
【Fund】: “十二五”科技支撑计划课题“传统村落基础设施完善与使用功能拓展关键技术研究与示范”(2014BAL06B02)
【CateGory Index】: S141.4;X705
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